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  • Train Exhibit Video

    Now open and having fun.  Had a video production group in the other day.  Thanks to Grant and his crew for doing a great job.  To watch the video click here

  • See you soon

    Come see the new exhibit All Aboard: Now and Then.  Learn about trains and how they helped build the country.  Lots for kids to learn and things to do.  Don't forget your camera.  Call Jeanne at 314-941-2097 for more info.  Please pass this along to all your friends.
  • Spanish

      

    Spanish Language Classes

    Eight week course for beginners

    Every Wednesday beginning June 25

    Ages 3 to 7   11:00 to 12:00

    Ages 8 to 12   12:30 to 1:30

    Ages 13 and up   2:00 to 3:00

    Eight week course is $100.00

    Instructor McKenzie Johnston is

    A senior at Webster University

    With over six years of Spanish classes

    Including a semester at Universidad Autónoma

    de Guadalajara, in Guadalajara, Mexico.

    Call 314-941-2097 for more information

    or email:  jajohnston@stlciam.org

  • New Exhibit

    We have closed the doors for the month of June and are working on the new exhibit.    All Aboard: Now and Then.  It will be all about trains.  We are excited about how this is developing and are anxious to see it come to life.  We need a few artistic types to help with two wall murals.  If you can help please call Jeanne at 314-941-2097   I hope you have seen our "Donate" button.  Funds are always lacking so if you can help please do.  Thanks in advance.

  • Kids & Art

    Lots of kids on Monday.  More coming Friday.  They really enjoyed McKenzie Johnston showing them the details in a Randal Spangler picture. 

    His works are very detailed and the children loved pointing out the neat things that caught their eye.

Welcome to the Children's Illustrated Art Museum

We are finally there.  Ready to open on Saturday Aug 2!  The  train exhibit looks great with a good mix of info for adults and hands on for kids.  Many thanks to the folks at Home Depot.  Four local area stores built the cool  wooden train seen below.  Large enough for kids to climb on and also a great place for taking pictures.

Last Updated (Friday, 01 August 2014 06:14)

 

                     NOW OPEN          

Large Train Exhibit:  History of trains from early steam to today’s marvels

Kids play area plus lots of photo opts

Open Wednesday thru Sunday  11 to 3

Admission $5 per individual  $10 for a family